In a recent Star interview regarding his relationship with public-sector unions, Dalton McGuinty declared, “Nothing is beyond repair.”
I wish I could be as optimistic about repairing the damage he caused to the economic health of this province.
Things probably won’t start getting better until Ontarians shake off the complacency and start taking action.
I’m not sure if you’re lemmings or zombies out there, but wake up!!!!
Oh, and Happy Hallowe’en.
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Terence Corcoran: McGuinty’s dark secrets revealed – Financial Post:
…In sordid and alarming detail, the documents show that the McGuinty government’s cancellation of gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga are likely to cost as much as $1.3-billion, possibly more. Killing the Oakville plant and moving it to Bath will alone burden Ontario ratepayers and taxpayers with costs that exceed $1-billion.
These numbers — openly discussed in documents as part of the government’s legal negotiations with TransCanada Energy and other companies — are a far cry from the $40-million Energy Minister Chris Bentley recently announced as the cost of killing the 900-megawatt Oakville Generating Station…